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Welcome to Part 2 of How to Use a Round Knitting Loom! In this video, you'll learn how to finish off your flat panel. Use this use this flat panel technique to make blankets, shawls, vests, mats and other fashions that need rectangles.
Learn how to tackle the provisional cast on method, also known as the open cast on method, in this free knitting tutorial. This cast on method uses a length of waste yarn that is removed later to reveal stitches from your main yarn underneath. These revealed stitches are then placed back on the needle and knit in the opposite direction. This is a great method for making hems or for knitted projects that are closed off at both ends - such as a knit toy.
There is something really special about hand dyed yarns. The result is always special, whether done by a professional dyer or by someone in their own home. The following tutorial will help you create a subtle kettle dyed effect using Easter Egg Dyeing kit dyes.
Learn how to wind a skein of yarn using a Niddy Noddy in this free tutorial. Once your yarn is transformed into skeins, they will be much easier to store until they're needed for a project. It also means that when you are ready to work on something new, you can simply grab a skein of yarn and start knitting!
Increasing knit stitches is easy when you have video tutorials like this one from Rebecca Roush from Chemknits. This particular video demonstrates the KFB (knit in the front and back) method for increasing. With kfb, you are increasing the number of stitches by knitting two stitches into a single stitch. You first knit into the front of the loop, as you would normally but without removing the stitch from the needle you also knit into the back of the loop.
Are you a left handed knitter? Do you have trouble finding videos that are tailored to the way you knit? Well worry not! Just watch this video to learn a simple method for casting on.
Interested in loom knitting? The first step is to understand the tools you'll need. In these free knitting instructions, Kristen Mangus will walk you through the different types of knitting looms and what each loom is used for. Once you know the basics, you'll be ready to start learning how to loom knit.
Welcome to our special loom knitting 101 series. Are you ready to learn how to loom knit? Once you're familiar with the types of knitting looms out there, the next step is to get a grasp on yarn. In this free tutorial from Kristen Mangus, you'll learn about different yarns and what types of projects they're used for.
If you are looking for an easy to way to finish the cast on edge of loom knit project without adding any fringe, this is the tutorial for you. Watch Kristen from GoodKnitKisses demonstrate how to make a loose, cast-on edge look neat and clean without adding fringe. All you need is a crochet hook and you're ready to get started!
Learn how to create the beautiful seed stitch using a knitting loom. Watch Kristen from GoodKnit Kisses demonstrate in the free video tutorial, Loom Knitting How to Seed Stitch. It's a loom knitting basic you're sure to enjoy!
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